The RIGHT CARE at the RIGHT TIME and in the RIGHT PLACE; Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) enhances the health care services of seniors across Ontario, their families and caregivers, who live and cope with responsive behaviours associated with dementia, mental illness, addictions and other neurological conditions, when they require it and wherever they live, at home, in long-term care or elsewhere. 

BSO is a comprehensive system redesign that breaks down barriers, encourages collaborative work, shares knowledge and fosters partnerships among local, regional and provincial agencies. The result is a cultural transformation that has enabled new ways of thinking, acting and behaving; central to which, is a system that ensures people are treated with dignity and respect, in an environment that supports safety for all based on high quality, evidence-based care and practices. 

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